Canlyniadau 61–80 o 548 ar gyfer speaker:Miss Emma Nicholson

Orders of the Day — Wild Mammals (Protection) Bill ( 3 Maw 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Will my right hon. Friend give way?

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Sustainable Development (15 Chw 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment what assessment he has made of how planning policies can be used more effectively to meet the objectives of sustainable development.

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Sustainable Development (15 Chw 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: In my constituency planners are under external pressure to develop green-field sites, which is unpopular with local people. Will Government guidelines be applied fiercely to ensure that infill and derelict sites are used first, and that guidelines are strictly enforced in green-field areas?

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Child Labour ( 1 Chw 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Will my right hon. and learned Friend remind the House that the declaration of the rights of the child was initiated by the United Kingdom? Would he like to mark that by paying tribute to James Grant—who has just died—who, as executive head of UNICEF, was responsible for the signing of 170 countries to the declaration of the rights of the child, and who was fully supported by the UK?

Orders of the Day — Disability Discrimination Bill (24 Ion 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: The Opposition spokesman should not place 100 per cent. reliance on mainstream schooling for people with difficulties. I am a governor of the Mary Hare grammar school for the deaf—the only grammar school for the deaf in the United Kingdom—and what it offers is unbeatable anywhere.

Orders of the Day — Disability Discrimination Bill (24 Ion 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Thank you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, for allowing me a short time to speak this evening. I promise that I shall not take long, because the subject is important to so many hon. Members. First, I declare three interests. I have been invited and have taken on the chairmanship of the International Year of Tolerance. Our committee has decided that our key theme will be tolerance of difference,...

Orders of the Day — Disability Discrimination Bill (24 Ion 1995)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I believe that ADAPT will be most successful in meeting that lady's needs as fast as possible, with the support of the Department of National Heritage. For example, one of ADAPT's first targets was the Royal Albert hall, which, when we first started work with the chief executive, provided just six places for disabled people out of 6,000 seats. After considerable persuasion, the management...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Skills (15 Rha 1994)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Does my hon. Friend agree, however, that even the most skilled workers cannot compete and get jobs in a negative industrial environment where minimum wages and social chapter restrictions are the order of the day?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (29 Tach 1994)

Miss Emma Nicholson: In his busy day, has the Prime Minister noted the visit of the Speaker of the National Assembly of Kuwait, and his colleagues? Would my right hon. Friend now like to endorse the integrity of Kuwait's sovereign border and the need to keep Kuwait alone, intact and in power as a state?

Oral Answers to Questions — Overseas Development: Bangladesh (31 Hyd 1994)

Miss Emma Nicholson: What proportion of the aid for Bangladesh is spent on preventive health care? I am thinking particularly of the outcome in Bangladesh, with reference to British aid, of the recent world population conference in Cairo.

Orders of the Day — Mesopotamia (20 Gor 1994)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I congratulate the former Minister, my hon. Friend the Member for Morecambe and Lunesdale (Mr. Lennox-Boyd), on his recent appointment. I know that, this morning, my hon. Friend the Member for Banbury (Mr. Baldry), the new Minister, will be first class in his post. It has been a long night. It was a long day yesterday for those who waited to discover what their change of portfolio might be....

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements ( 7 Gor 1994)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Does my right hon. Friend agree that bed space is no longer the determinant of a nation's health care policy, and that when a nation has many beds that is likely to be because epidemiology is not the advanced science that it is in the United Kingdom today?

Opposition Day: Overseas Aid and Development (22 Meh 1994)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I am grateful for an opportunity to speak in this important debate. I apologise for not being here for the opening speeches, but the rail strike meant that I had to go more slowly by car to Exeter to speak to Exeter university agriculture students. Although I enjoyed that, I was sorry to miss the opening speeches in a debate of such profound value and importance. In this Chamber and beyond,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Iraq (21 Meh 1994)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Can the Minister explain why the hon. Member for Linlithgow (Mr. Dalyell) does not realise that swallowing the poisoned propaganda of Saddam Hussein leads to a total destruction of the intellect just as swiftly as the thalium poison pumped into the prisoners whom he releases from prison leads to the destruction of the body? Does not the hon. Member for Linlithgow understand how appalling the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (29 Maw 1994)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Does my right hon. Friend agree that enlargement of the European Community is in Britain's best interests and that the four strong and stalwart possible new members will not be put off by the knowledge that to fight hard for national interests is still possible when one is at the heart of Europe?

UN Department of Humanitarian Affairs (17 Rha 1993)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Perhaps six weeks ago, Mr. Jan Eliasson, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations with special responsibility for humanitarian affairs, resigned. His resignation became public immediately, although it will not take effect until the end of January 1994. It is a matter of such importance that I believe strongly that it should be marked by a rigorous analysis in this Chamber of the reasons...

Orders of the Day — Foreign Affairs and Defence (19 Tach 1993)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I start by thanking the Foreign Secretary, the Minister of State and other Foreign Office Ministers and their officials for the great help that they have given me in attempting to deal with the terrible stories which are now coming from Iraq. I thank in particular Patrick Nixon and Alistair Harrison. I also thank warmly the Secretary of State for Defence and his team, whom I cannot name. The...

Orders of the Day — Foreign Affairs and Defence (19 Tach 1993)

Miss Emma Nicholson: I am aware of those unfortunate prisoners and also of the prisoners from Britain who are in Iraq. Those include Paul Ride, the son of my constituents, Mr. and Mrs. Ride of Bideford. There are other people of different nationalities who have been captured for crossing the border into Iraq inadvertently. I also remind the House that there are thousands of Iranian prisoners in Iraq, and that in...

Orders of the Day — Foreign Affairs and Defence (19 Tach 1993)

Miss Emma Nicholson: Will my right hon. Friend confirm to the right hon. Member for Copeland (Dr. Cunningham) that although I and my group have knowledge of two victims in the marshes, samples from the victims' bodies are required by the chemical weapons team. If we release information about where the victims are, they will be killed immediately.

Members' Salaries ( 3 Tach 1993)

Miss Emma Nicholson: We are all embarrassed at having to discuss our own pay. It is an especially unpleasant thing to have to do, and I ask the House to have the kindness to listen for a moment or two while I explore why such a debate is so embarrassing, and whether there is any other way in which the pay of Members of Parliament could be determined. I was forced to think about the subject at lunchtime today,...


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